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Press Release: Better Migration Management Programme donates bus, medical equipment to Immigration Training Academy
KAMPALA, UGANDA: The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has formally handed over a 30-seater Coaster bus as well as sick-bay equipment to the Immigration training Academy Uganda (ITA).
Health experts, district leaders and partners from Uganda and the DRC have come up with action plans to improve cross-border coordination and health surveillance in fight against Ebola Virus Disease.
Funded by the European Union Trust Fund for Africa (EUTF), IOM Uganda’s SSCoS Project and city authority’s Employment Services Bureau (ESB) to impart crucial skills on youths from Kampala’s informal settlements.
Some of IOM Uganda’s Figures
Kampala city slums supported by the European Union Trust Fund
Youths from four Kampala city slums received approval to get Small Business Start-ups kits; distribution ongoing.
Residents and police officers took part in Town Hall meetings in four Kampala city slums
Female beneficiaries of IOM’s Counter-Trafficking and Voluntary Return initiatives
Applications processed by The Visa Application Centre in 2017
Refugees resettled to third countries in 2017
Pre-departure Migration Health Assessments conducted in 2017
Refugees and Ugandans benefitting from WASH interventions in West Nile